Community Development Project Profiles
See how the MEDC and communities have come together to increase private investment, create jobs and make lasting impacts in neighborhoods across the state through these project profiles.
Harbortown Riverside LLC and Harbortown Riverside Financing Inc. were awarded a $1 million performance-based grant to construct a five-story, riverfront residential apartment building.
In collaboration with city and state, Great Lakes Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation LLC redeveloped a site for a mix of uses in the heart of downtown Wyandotte.
This renovation effort began in 2013 and is in an area of town known as the SOBO (South Boyne) district.
Historic rehabilitation of the downtown building transformed a long-time vacant, blighted structure into 13 market-rate residential units and two commercial spaces.
The façade restorations in Marquette’s North Third Street traditional commercial corridor helped transform buildings at 122 and 927 North Third Street.
Roebuck Residential LLC partnered with the city and state to renovate the three-story building at 3063 Biddle Avenue in Wyandotte into a mixed-use building.
The façade restorations at 613–615, 812–814, 922, 1206, and 1513 Ludington Street revitalized space of five downtown retail/service businesses.
As priority redevelopment site within the city of Manistee, the North Channel building was once host to a furniture production and retail sales business within the Washington Street corridor.
This multi-phase redevelopment project transformed an obsolete Sara Lee Bakery site in Marquette into commercial, office, and 108-unit extended stay hotel.
The project has redeveloped the historic Metropolitan Building into a mixed-use, 110-room extended-stay hotel that includes retail space and meeting facilities.
The redevelopment of the original city hall building included extensive, historic preservation and rehabilitation efforts.
This project activated a 2.8-acre site in downtown Jackson into a four story, new construction, mixed-used, urban infill project.